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Owners Representative Broaddus with Chris Hopkins as Project Manager

SAROFIM TOWER

MEMORIAL HERMANN - TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER

Houston, Texas  |  1,500,000 square feet |   Completion 2020 

"Chris was one of the initial team members when the contract was awarded in 2013 to serve as the owner’s representative and project manager for the $671M expansion at MH-TMC and largest capital project in Memorial Hermann Health System’s 109 year history. I work closely with Chris and am always impressed with his commitment to protect the interest of the client. He is extremely collaborative has a great attention to detail. Chris understands that “how” results are achieved is as important as the actual result. He is respected by everyone on the team not only for his abilities, but also because of his work ethic and honesty."

—LANCE FERGUSON, MBA/MHA VICE PRESIDENT, HOSPITAL OPERATIONS MEMORIAL HERMANN

One of the largest hospital Construction projects in the world, this project is comprised of 2 buildings making up over 1.5 million GSF that were physically interconnected to the operating hospital campus directly adjacent to patient care areas. Prior to the beginning of construction over 15 sub-projects needed to be executed in preparation for the new tower and parking/infrastructure building. The new hospital tower was comprised of 36-operating rooms, 160-bed intensive care, a 775-space parking garage, and an expanded central plant. The construction site was located next to the busiest Level 1 Trauma Center in the country with zero-lot line, resulting in challenging site logistics. The construction included the replacement of a 40MW critical power generator building and generator set. The site constraints required us to build above, below, aswell as inside a fully functioning utility plant that served a fully occupied children’s trauma tower without any interruption to services.